India Women’s upcoming tour of Bangladesh is likely to commence in the first week of July, according to reports. Initially scheduled to begin in late June as per the Women’s FTP released by the ICC, the series is expected to coincide with the white-ball leg of the Afghanistan men’s tour of Bangladesh.
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For the Indian women’s team, the tour of Bangladesh will mark their first international assignment since their defeat to Australia in the semifinals of the 2023 T20 World Cup in February.
Led by Harmanpreet Kaur, the Indian side will be keen to make the most of this tour as they are not scheduled to play international matches for several months afterward.
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Currently, most of the Indian senior players who are under the age of 30 are participating in a high-performance camp at the National Cricket Academy in Bengaluru. This camp provides them with an opportunity to fine-tune their skills and prepare for the upcoming tour.
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The series against Bangladesh will also serve as part of the 2022-25 ICC Women’s ODI Championship cycle, with the 50-over matches contributing to the overall standings. While the specific details of the schedule and venues are yet to be announced, fans can look forward to an exciting contest between India Women and Bangladesh Women in the first week of July.
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As the Indian women’s team gears up for their return to international cricket, they will be eager to showcase their skills and make a strong statement against Bangladesh. This tour presents a crucial opportunity for the players to gain valuable match practice and build team chemistry before their next set of international fixtures.
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